Statue of Goddess Menkaret Carrying a Seated Statue of Ancient Egyptian King Tutankhamun

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Tutankhamun is one of pharaohs of the 18th dynasty, as is known in the history of ancient Egypt. He was the pharaoh of Egypt and its ruler from 1334 to 1325 BC during the New Kingdom. Tutankhamun is one of the most famous pharaohs. At first glance, some might think that his fame is due to his achievements or the wars he won (as is the case with many pharaohs). Other reasons are historically important which have made him so famous. The most prominent reason is the discovery of his tomb with all its contents and treasures without any damage. 5,398 items to be exact have been found in the tomb. There is a mystery surrounding circumstances of his death, as many considered that his death was at a very young age
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